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Using really fantastic technology, we're able to show you how likely it is you'll find a seat at this space right now.
The following breakdown shows the possible outcomes you'll see.
|Many||The likelihood of finding an open seat right now is high.|
|Some||The likelihood of finding an open seat right now is good.|
|Few||The likelihood of finding an open seat right now is low.|
We look at people entering and exiting the space, matching that against the total available seating. Sprinkle in a little magic and, voilà, you have real-time seating capacity.
1. Cell phone photos are OK.
2. While we find that most folks don't mind being in the background of photos, don't sweat it if someone objects. Thank ‘em and find another shot or go back to working/studying.
“Excuse me. Do you mind if I take a picture of this area with you working in the background? It’s for a project I’m a part of that connects people like us with great spaces to work, like this one.”
We’re not using community sourced photography for commercial purposes, so you needn’t worry about documented permission or release forms.
3. Submitted photos will be attributed to you unless you state otherwise.
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We are good stewards of space, share tables and make room for others. We support work-friendly businesses with our money and evangelism. We embrace a workspace atmosphere that treats one another with dignity, respect and compassion. We believe that together, we're building a global network of great spaces to work from in each city, town and village we roam.